`R/plotting.geoChronR.R`

`plotTimeseriesEnsRibbons.Rd`

Plot an ensemble timeseries as a set of bands of probability. Useful for displaying the full range of probability across ensemble members.

```
plotTimeseriesEnsRibbons(
add.to.plot = ggplot(),
X,
Y,
alp = 1,
probs = c(0.025, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75, 0.975),
x.bin = NA,
y.bin = NA,
n.bins = 200,
color.low = "white",
color.high = "grey70",
color.line = "Black",
color.vector = NA,
line.width = 1,
export.quantiles = FALSE,
...
)
```

- add.to.plot
A ggplot object to add this plot to. Default is ggplot() .

- X
A LiPD variable list to plot, including values, units, names, and more

- Y
A LiPD variable list to plot, including values, units, names, and more

- alp
alpha (transparency) parameter for the ribbons

- probs
a vector of probabilities to plot as ribbons. It will create bands as ribbons of quantiles moving inward. If there's an odd number, it plots the middle quantile as a line.

- x.bin
vector of bin edges over which to bin.

- y.bin
vector of bin edges over which to bin.

- n.bins
number bins over which to calculate intervals. Used to calculate x.bin if not provided.

- color.low
Color of the outermost band; the extreme quantiles of the distribution

- color.high
Color of the innermost band; the central quantiles of the distribution

- color.line
Line color (following ggplot rules)

- color.vector
A vector (of length equal to the number of bands) that specifies the colors for the ribbons from the outermost band in (default = NA). Colors specified as string according to ggplot2 conventions. If present, this overrules color.high and color.low

- line.width
Width of the line

- export.quantiles
If TRUE, return the plotted quantiles rather than the plot

- ...
Arguments passed on to

`quantile2d`

`x`

n by m matrix where n is the number of observations and m is >= 1

`y`

n by j matrix where n is the number of observations and j is >= 1

`seed`

set a seed for reproducibility

`n.ens`

how many ensemble members?

`limit.outliers.x`

limit the plotting of outliers on the x axis to exclude values below this probability limit (default = 0.025)

A ggplot object OR list of plotted quantiles, depending on export.quantiles

Other plot:
`plotChron()`

,
`plotChronEns()`

,
`plotChronEnsDiff()`

,
`plotCorEns()`

,
`plotHistEns()`

,
`plotLine()`

,
`plotModelDistributions()`

,
`plotPcaEns()`

,
`plotPvalsEnsFdr()`

,
`plotRegressEns()`

,
`plotScatterEns()`

,
`plotScreeEns()`

,
`plotSpectraEns()`

,
`plotSpectrum()`

,
`plotSummary()`

,
`plotSummaryTs()`

,
`plotTimeseriesEnsLines()`

,
`plotTimeseriesStack()`

,
`plotTrendLinesEns()`